|Discipline of||Jeu de Paume|
|Competitions held||1 (Venues)|
Jeu de paume, or game of the hand, has been contested in the Olympics only in 1908, when the gold medal was won by American Jay Gould. The sport is variously also called court tennis (British), real tennis (American), courte-paume (France), and royal tennis (Australian). It is actually the original form of tennis, predating lawn tennis by several centuries. Court tennis is played indoors on a special court, termed a dedans, and there are less than 40 such courts in the world.
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